|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: DC Pbj Snowboard
If you are looking for a reliable board at a great price, check out the DC PBJ Snowboard. This board is built by DC gear so you know it is a quality product. The PBJ is made in the popular conventional twin shape and is a traditional camber board. The simple camber design of this board makes it popular with the park crew and it is well suited for jibbing, grinding and popping ollies. The PBJ board features an extruded base for easy cleaning and simple maintenance. If you are looking for an easy to use ride and a hassle free board then is definitely the board for you.
- Traditional Camber
- True Base
- Astro Core
- 3 Degree Bevel
- Flex: 5/ 10
- Maneuverability: 5/ 10
- Camber: +4
|Effective Edge (cm)||98||106||109||111||113|
|Tip Width (cm)||27.24||29.04||29.35||29.59||29.8|
|Tail Width (cm)||27.24||29.04||29.35||29.59||29.8|
|Waist Width (cm)||23.2||24.6||24.8||25||25.1|
DC suggests that the 157 version of this board would be best for you. Note that there is a lot of personal choice here.
You could match the Contact bindings with the Capita Scott Stevens Pro Snowboard HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9851casstp15zz-capita-snowboards.html
There is a lot of personal choice here, and it will also depend on your style of snowboarding. DC suggests that you might be able to make either work. At your size I would think the 157 would be a more stable deck.
I would check out the 149cm Ride Kink Wide if I was you. Check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9859rdkinw12zz-ride-snowboards.html
Snowboards will come from the factory waxed. It is fine, but not outstanding. Within a couple days out you want a good heavy waxing completed.
You foot size would be close, but going by your height and weight, you may want to look into a bit longer board. For a size 11 boot look at a waist width more like 25.2 or greater.
How much do you weigh?
01 (Less Drive) - 10 (More Drive)
01 (Tight Arc) - 10 (Long Arc)
-06 (More Playful) - +06 (More Responsive)
The PBj has a 5 in Flex, 5 in Maneuverability, and +04 Camber